Wilderness Weekly 7.7.17

July 07, 2017 | 0 comments

Lorikeets:

This week we peaked an 8,000 foot mountain this week and proved to ourselves that we were all quite a bit stronger than we thought we were.

Uluru:

The Uluru woke at dawn to magnificent rays of sunshine poking through the clouds.  They hiked up to a nearby ridge, and honored one of their own with a trail name: Energetic Fox.
On Independence Day, the Uluru expressed their gratefulness for freedom, hot dogs, and watermelon.
The Uluru also found relief from the heat and a reward for their arduous hike in the cool water of a mountain creek.
Dingos:
The group had the good fortune of receiving 3 group meals including a 4th of July celebratory meal of Hot Dogs, Chips and Watermelon.  All 3 meals were very well received by the group with different chefs for each meal.
During the week a staff member was honored with the GIVING token as well as a trail name.  3 students received trail names and were very proud of them.  1 student had a Parent Visit and he was quite pleased with the outcome.
Brumbies: 
Much fun was had playing capture the flag, sardines, and ghost in the graveyard. The group celebrated the 4th of July with hot dogs, watermelon and chips. A Brumbie received his trail name,  “Soulful Star” a well as the Openness token,
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